The HR Director would hold the primary accountability for building and delivering a culture of learning, collaboration, and continuous performance improvement throughout the company. He/she would work closely with Finance and Accounting Directors to craft the plan with the Partners to build alignment and support, and with the Operations team to implement across various points of touch. Working with these constituents, direct responsibilities include:
Career Path Development
Review and update current career path plan to ensure alignment with company goals
Advise on organizational structure to ensure clear, achievable career path trajectories
Work with supervisors to ensure career pathing is clear and achievable to direct reports
Company Training & Development
Identify training curriculum (appropriate blend of hard and soft skills)
Develop training plans
Deliver training as appropriate (sourcing appropriate outside vendors or courses as needed)
Develop performance evaluation standards to increase successful career development
Train managers on performance evaluation standards and practices
Ensure completion of performance evaluation
Individual career pathing as needed for key employees
Work directly with supervisors to customize career paths for key employees
Facilitate Culture of Learning
Advise on meeting structure companywide to ensure agenda that supports an atmosphere of continuous learning
Create and manage other forums as appropriate to achieve goals consistent with a learning culture
Recruitment Strategy to support Talent Management
Design a recruiting process that supports overall talent management goals
Supervise the in-house or outsourced recruitment team in execution
Work closely with other members of Operations team to ensure collateral activities are delivered: developing hiring goals, sourcing and evaluating candidates, managing staffing pipeline, reporting to management, onboarding new employees, etc.
Serve as primary relationship holder with the company’s PEO and as internal point-person on HR administrative matters
Reporting to the COO, the candidate will be accountable for delivering on the company’s HR goals, divided into 3 areas with overlapping responsibilities and increasing complexity: HR Administration, Recruitment, and Talent Development. As the firm grows these roles may be owned by different individuals, but the current need is for an HR Director with a specialized focus on Talent Development to drive the firm’s most urgent and complex need, while providing assistance in Recruitment and oversight in HR Administration.
An HR Manager or Director with a professional degree in human resources management and specialized training and/or experience in talent development in a professional services organization
Able to work with a high degree of independence, but know when to ask for help
A skilled trainer with experience training all levels in an individual and group setting
Committed to talent management with experience developing effective career pathing, training and driving retention
Able to work effectively in a complex environment
A strategic thinker who looks ahead to future possibilities
Propeller Industries provides outsourced finance and accounting for an elite portfolio of early-stage growth companies. We offer a broad scope of services ranging from CFO-level strategic planning to day-to-day transaction processing through our team of CFOs and accountants. The firm has offices in SF, Santa Monica, NY, Austin, TX and Sun Valley, ID and currently serves 200+ clients across a range of industries including ecommerce, technology, food & beverage, manufacturing, business services and healthcare.
Other applicants: 20+
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Posted date: 13 days ago